David Dorr

Banning – David Cobleigh, 82, resided in Banning CA passed away peacefully and loved with his family present on November 11, 2021 at Desert Regional Medical Center. David was born to Richard and Dorothy Cobleigh on May 10, 1939. He is survived by his sister Nancy Nicolary, brother Peter Cobleigh, niece Nicole Nicolary Colson, nephew Paul Nicolary and his great nieces and nephews, many friends and coworkers who all knew and remember his joyful nature and smile. He was born in Stoneham, MA but grew up and attended school in Melrose graduating from Melrose High School. David served in the Army from 1962 to 1968. He returned to the Boston area for about 5 years before moving to California where he resided until he passed. In his years in CA he did accounting work for BMW and retired from there. After his retirement from there he was able to continue enjoying the benefits of driving and experiencing his favorite automobiles. He shared a home with Frank Lira for many years, who preceded him in death. They enjoyed cooking, feeding homeless animals and visiting family. David continued working in several areas after retirement and had spent the last 5 years working at Ralph Lauren Polo Store in Cabazon, CA. He enjoyed his position there and the coworkers and customers he was close to. David had some wonderful friends he enjoyed spending time with, going to eat and visit with, Yolanda and Lester Soto and Kendy and Souly. Thank you to all his closest friends whom he adored and the group at the Polo Store who were there for him, helped and showed their love and compassion in his final days.

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